Peaky Blinders – Season 2 Finale

At Derby Day, Tommy sets his plans in motion, though not without casualties. Polly winds up confronting Major Campbell with brutal results.

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Peaky Blinders – Season 2, Episode 5

Arthur gets a bad surprise when he visits Alfie Solomons. And when Michael lands in jail, something worse happens to his mother.

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Peaky Blinders – Season 2, Episode 4

Tommy gets to know May Carleton a bit better. Meanwhile, things with Campbell and the IRA get very complicated and dangerous for Mr. Shelby.

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Peaky Blinders – Season 1 Finale

The day’s come for Tommy and the Blinders to oust Billy Kimber. But Grace, Campbell, even Ada, they put a wrench in those plans.

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Peaky Blinders – Season 1, Episode 5

Grace and Tommy get closer than they should, as Inspector Campbell gets jealous. Meanwhile, Arthur Sr turns up again causing a bigger rift between the brothers.

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Peaky Blinders – Season 1, Episode 4

Tommy and the family rejoice at getting a legitimate betting license. Meanwhile, he also figures out Grace isn’t who she claims.

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Peaky Blinders – Season 1, Episode 3

When Freddie won’t leave town, Tommy’s got to figure out a way to settle things down. For himself, for Ada, and for the sake of their business.

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DAYBREAKERS: Flawed Yet Fun Social Commentary via Vampirism

When vampires have taken over the world, feeding off humans, one vampire abstains & hopes for a way out; a way back to humanity.

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Peaky Blinders – Season 1, Episode 1

BBC Two’s Peaky Blinders Season 1, Episode 1 Directed by Otto Bathurst Written by Steven Knight * For a recap & review of Episode 2, click here. When? Just after the First World War and the horror of the trenches. Where? Birmingham, a’right. Leader of the Peaky Blinders, a gang named for wearing razor bladesContinue reading “Peaky Blinders – Season 1, Episode 1”

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POSSESSION: Jealousy, Love, Repressed Desire

Żuławski’s 1981 shocker POSSESSION is a definite, grim bit of horror. It also serves a metaphor for several things; least of which is not the power of male jealousy.

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